A managerial appointment sees a club buy into the ideas and the philosophy of an individual. To bring this vision to life, the manager needs the backing of the board, trust, and, most importantly, time.
Sometimes, however, they aren't afforded the latter, with the majority of clubs wanting instant results. It means there are instances were a manager doesn't even have enough time to come up with a ‘usual' at the club canteen.
They've not had time to implement their style, system or vision but it's irrelevant to those making the decisions. Before it gets any worse they're shown the door and, more often than not, someone who guarantees Premier League survival is appointed.
Unfortunately for many it's about the short-term safety of the club as opposed to the long-term success and it's a vicious loop that's hard to break.
With this in mind, can you name the 23 managers with the shortest managerial reigns in Premier League history? You have eight minutes to do so.